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Insight and Inspiration: Memories From Alumni/Faculty


Kenneth C. Kuhns, assistant professor of electrical technologies/occupations, oversees the work of a student in the on-site power generation major as he troubleshoots a commercial generator at I-TEC (International Technical Electric & Construction) in Montoursville.
Kenneth C. Kuhns, assistant professor of electrical technologies/occupations, oversees the work of a student in the on-site power generation major as he troubleshoots a commercial generator at I-TEC (International Technical Electric & Construction) in Montoursville.

From the Winter 2013 edition of One College Avenue magazine: Faculty who are among the institution’s proudest alumni share their memories of the teachers who inspired them.

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